AFRICAN DANCE IN THE PARK
September 11 & 18
FREE AFRICAN DANCE CLASS
SOUTH JUNIOR HIGH, BROCKTON
Chefiatou Tokou, aka Chefi the Minister Dancer, is a dancer and choreographer originally from Togo in West Africa, currently based in Massachusetts. Chefiatou has now developed her signature dance SIMDACA MOOV, which is a combination of Modern, Contemporary, and traditional African dance.
To make cultural African dance accessible to the greatest number possible, she conducts workshops and performances at different events all over the states, continuing her efforts to introduce African dance to everyone.
RSVP VIA EMAIL: SSIMDACA@GMAIL.COM
LEARN MORE HERE.
EUSTIS ESTATE FAMILY DAY
FAMILY FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES AND REFLECTION
EUSTIS ESTATE, MILTON
The Eustis Estate's latest outdoor exhibition, "Looking Back with 2020 Vision", is free and open to the public until October 31. No ticket is needed to enter.
"The pieces in this exhibition represent many of the issues that were on our minds in 2020: isolation and fear in a global pandemic; the societal inequities that the pandemic exposed; calls for action and social justice on an incredible scale; environmental concerns; and calls for equal rights for all."
LEARN MORE AT THE EUSTIS ESTATE WEBSITE.
ALBINO MBIE QUARTET
November 6, 4pm
FREE MOZAMBIQAN JAZZ CONCERT
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SPIRIT, MATTAPAN
Guitarist and vocalist Albino Mbie returns to the Celebrity Series of Boston with his Quartet for a performance featuring Mozambican jazz and original songs done in his signature global, feel-good style.
With Mbie's smooth voice, bouncy beats, and a sound that's at home with retro synths and funky bass lines, this will be an enjoyable afternoon!